Club Solutions Leadership Summit Moving to September
The Club Solutions Leadership Summit is moving to September.
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak and CDC recommendations on group gatherings, Churchill Downs announced this morning they have rescheduled the 146th running of the Kentucky Derby to the first Saturday in September. The official date of the Kentucky Derby will be September 5, 2020.
“Throughout the rapid development of the COVID-19 pandemic, our first priority has been how to best protect the safety and health of our guests, team members and community,” said Bill Carstanjen, the CEO of Churchill Downs Incorporated, in a statement. “As the situation evolved, we steadily made all necessary operational adjustments to provide the safest experience and environment. The most recent developments have led us to make some very difficult, but we believe, necessary decisions and our hearts are with those who have been or continue to be affected by this pandemic. Our team is united in our commitment to holding the very best Kentucky Derby ever and certainly the most unique in any of our lifetimes. While we are always respectful of the time-honored traditions of the Kentucky Derby, our company’s true legacy is one of resilience, the embracing of change and unshakeable resolve.”
The Club Solutions Leadership Summit has been rescheduled to coincide with the Kentucky Derby and will now be held September 3 through 5, 2020.
“We are thankful Churchill Downs has decided to postpone the 146th running of the Kentucky Derby so we can protect our attendees’, partners’ and team members’ health,” said Carrie Yeiser, the director of events for Club Solutions and Peake Media. “We’re excited to still be able to bring the group together on a new date with the same amazing experience we know our Summit and the Kentucky Derby weekend offers attendees and partners.”
Please direct any questions to Carrie Yeiser at email@example.com.